My father had a scan of his leg he had by-pass surgery on and I wanted to know if someone could put these findings in simpler terms that we could understand. The report stated there is fluid surrounding the patients FEMPOP cortex graft in the mid thigh focally. this may represent focal seroma. No flow in the fluid collection is definitely appreciated. Hope someone out there can help.
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replied December 19th, 2010
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Have they not provided results in laymans terms?

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replied December 23rd, 2010
No because he ended up losing a toe because they said there was nothing there so they don't want to give any info that they goofed up.
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